'Stay tuned.' Climate connections to tornadoes still vague
Among natural disasters, tornadoes are notoriously difficult to predict. They require a complex set of conditions in order to form, some of which scientists still don't fully understand, and forecasting is rarely accurate more than a week or two in advance.
3 lessons Greenland might have taught Trump about warming
In an apparent disappointment for President Trump, the Danish government has made it clear: Greenland is not for sale.
Debate rages over link between sea ice and weird weather
As the Arctic is heating up, so is a contentious scientific debate about its influence on global weather patterns.
Earth stopped getting greener 20 years ago
The world is gradually becoming less green, scientists have found. Plant growth is declining all over the planet, and new research links the phenomenon to decreasing moisture in the air — a consequence of climate change.
Melting icebergs may dampen global warming's effects
Climate change is causing ice loss from Antarctica to accelerate, heightening scientists' concerns about the future of the ice sheet. But in a twist, the growing losses may also be altering the pace of global warming.